Been absent for a while........I was on vacation recently and went to take a picture on my D7100 and noticed a black spot and some smudges in the middle of the screen. Took the lens off and cleaned it and put it back on and it was still there. So, I went to lift the mirror option and even though my battery was fully charged, the mirror up option was grayed out. It took pictures semi-decently through my vacation, but when I got home, I took it to Best Buy and they sent it out for service. It came back in the exact same condition, so they just replaced it and I got it last night. It took a while to reconfigure all settings, but the one thing I noticed is it's faster than the camera it replaced. It's burst mode shoots faster. Pictures show up on the LCD faster. It just seems more robust all around.
My replacement camera is hundreds of thousands of units newer than the original. I'm wondering if anyone knows of anything Nikon may have done with more recent editions of the D7100 over the early cameras?
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Nikon D7100; AF-S DX 35mm f1.8; AF-S DX Macro 40mm f2.8; AF-S DX 18-200mm VRII; SB-700 Speed Light and a bunch of other not very noteworthy stuff......